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This image was selected in July 2009 as a Featured Work in the group The Fine Art of Peeling Paint

A ‘Favorite’ selection by several Redbubble members!

Abstract of a face from an old wooden totem pole, this photgraph was taken in Tombstone, Arizona by JD Brummer for As Eye See Photography.

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abstract, aseyesee, face, jd brummer, macro, painted lady, wood

Evoking emotions with her photographic interpretations of everyday objects is why JD Brummer’s abstract artistry has been exhibited in prestigious Art Galleries, juried Shows, winning Awards, & published in International Magazines, as well as Photographer’s Forum’s Annual Collection of The Best of Photography 2010 & 2011. Feel inspired & intellectually challenged while experiencing a whole new enigmatic world of beauty through JD Brummer’s As Eye See Photography

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Comments

  • Isa Rodriguez
    Isa Rodriguezalmost 6 years ago

    this is lovely .. like a kiss from the past..

  • This photo speaks to me, and is one of my personal favorites. I’m especially glad you like it, Isa.

    – AsEyeSee

  • richman
    richmanabout 5 years ago

    wowzers! this is great

  • You’re so kind to me, Richie! Thank you. Actually, this is one of my own favorites!

    – AsEyeSee

  • Marie Van Schie
    Marie Van Schieabout 5 years ago

    She’s gorgeous! :-)

  • Thank you. I thought so, too!

    – AsEyeSee

  • CriscoPhotos
    CriscoPhotosabout 3 years ago

  • Wow!! What an honor! Thank you.

    – AsEyeSee

  • E.R. Bazor
    E.R. Bazorabout 3 years ago

    Congratulations on winning the challenge!!!

  • That means a lot. Thank you!!

    – AsEyeSee

  • paintingsheep
    paintingsheepabout 3 years ago

    Congratulations on Winning the Challenge!!! Fabulous face!! Gena

  • waddleudo
    waddleudoover 2 years ago

    Unusual! This looks like a typical Chinese or Japanese mask – odd to find it on a totem in Arizona! Now that I think about it, the Chinese were frequently found where there was mining going on. Especially in the gold mining towns in California – so why not Arizona. You’ve captured an interesting piece of history here! Favorite! I’m enjoying your portfolio so much.
    Cordially, Ellen

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